Birdwatching is a nice habbit,
For all of those who love nature;
May soothe someone who is wabbit;
Birds are a pleasant creature.
We like their colors and chirping:
A nightingale can sing sweet songs,
Few are silent, some even ping,
And very few can raise the bongs.
Massive and large as houbara;
They may be small as hummingbirds;
Don't know all, like in mid Pará;
Parrots can clearly speak all words.
Some are hunters: shikras, eagles;
Some can swim good: seagulls, pond ducks;
Some are short legged like pet beagles;
Chickens, as food, are sent in trucks.
Cher Ami saved two hundred lives,
They eat insects that can harm us.
And we know, now their number bives,
We should save them, not make a fuss.
Cher Ami: A pigeon which saved the lives of 194 soldiers
during World War I by dispatching a message.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem